Voting for the winners of the STEM Photo Contest closed on April 30.
The votes have been counted, and the winners have been determined.
CONGRATULATIONS to our winners!!
Alexandra Zalesski has won first place in the student category for her photo titled “Whiskers”
Alice Kosiba has won second place in the student category for her photo titled “Sticky Dew Drops”
Christopher Andrade has won third place in the student category with his photo titled “Celestial Canvas: When Solar Wind Meets the Earth’s Magnetosphere”
Diana LaBelle has won first place in the faculty/staff category for her photo titled “Water Drop Refraction”
Frank Norton has won second place in the faculty/staff category for his photo titled “Ice Flowers”
Andrew Glenn has won third place in the faculty/student category for his photo titled “Messier 66”
Thanks to everyone who participated by submitting photos and by voting.
These photos and others from the contest will be displayed in the Cecil C. Tyrrell library from June 24 through August 11. Please keep an eye out for more information on that, and plan to stop by to see them.
Keep a lookout for examples of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in everyday life, and don’t forget to snap a photo. The STEM Photo Contest will be back next year!
Submitted by: STEM Division
Tags: STEM Division